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The first time I saw spray foam insulation in action was in the winter of 1988, while working as a carpenter on a commercial construction site. I’ve been impressed with this stuff ever since.
I’ve recently had a home-energy audit sponsored through our local electricity supplier. They recommended additional insulation in my two attic areas (main and in an addition) — blown-in, loose-fill cellulose.
While most tiny houses seem to be made from wood, one tiny house that’s been traveling around the country is constructed of something a bit more unexpected: plastic.
The choice of building materials is a key component in the construction of high-performing, or any, buildings.
Homebuilders consider many factors when designing new homes and one of the most important is choosing energy efficient materials to control heating and cooling use in the home
Building energy codes and high-performance construction practices for commercial and public building projects continue to call for increased energy.
Spray Foam Coalition Sponsors Event to Inspire Next Generation of Architects, Builders and Entrepreneurs
Race to zero challenges students to design net zero energy homes.
The community was looking for an upgrade to the overall quality of their homes within the larger Maryland county community they shared.
Whether we listen for today’s hit music, the most up-to-date news coverage or to make our commutes more bearable, many of us spend time each day tuning into our favorite radio stations.